Chilling ‘real life exorcism’ footage shows ‘possessed’ man frothing at the mouth and growling demonically
The creepy footage gives a rare glimpse into the world of Australia’s leading exorcist and mum-of-five Lizzy Rose.
The darkened vision shows the middle-aged-man snarling and thrashing around while the Melbourne mum-of-five chants and pours a red potion over his body.
Lizzy says she has performed thousands of exorcisms on all walks of life, but she described the case captured inside a temple in her Keilor home last week as a “real battle.”
Lizzy, 48, said: “This one was a real battle, it lasted over ten hours.
“The family of this man believe he has been heavily possessed since he was a child. He was very gentle until I started chanting. Then the change in him was horrific.”
“He was growling and throwing chairs around. During the ceremony he was bleeding and frothing from the mouth. This entity did not want to give up its the host.”
The ceremony involved the man lying on a pentacle circle to be bound with rope while Lizzy circled around him wafting sage smoke over his body.
She then ran a large knife over his body – a symbol he is cutting ties with whatever has possessed him – before dousing him in a protection potion and ritualistically bathing him.
Apparently it was a success, as Lizzy said she managed to drive the demon out of the client’s body.
The eerie scenes are all in a day’s work for Lizzy, whose first brush with exorcisms came when her mother subjected her to one at just four-years-old.
Fascinated, she would delve deeper into the world of the occult until the age of 22, when she was performing the Pagan rite herself.
Lizzy said: “I think this kind of work chooses you, rather than the other way around.”
“I was fascinated with magic from a young age but it wasn’t until my early twenties I was pronounced a natural medium.”
“It can certainly get dangerous. I’ve tweaked my ceremony through the years, because things used to go wrong. I’ve been physically attacked, thrown, bitten, punched and dragged. You always have to stay alert.”
The service generally costs £250, but in “extreme cases” that last over six hours or where the person is so possessed they cannot move the price is £400.
Lizzy said: “We are much more exposed to crime and violence in movies etc. That coupled with the fall of the church has seen a rise in possession.”
She had some words of wisdom for anyone hoping to keep demons at bay.
“Stay away from drugs. Don’t use Ouija Boards unless a priestess is present. And don’t attract dark energy.”
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